10/9/2014 0 Comments
By Christine Murray, See the Triumph Co-Founder
Would you be ready to help someone you care about if you found out that they were in an abusive relationship?
Many people struggle with how to help when someone they know is experiencing abuse in a relationship. There are several steps you can take to help your loved one. We encourage you to print out the checklist below (you can print the picture or the pdf file below the picture), or you can save it to your computer or smartphone so you'll have it if you ever need it. Fill in the name and number of your local agency to personalize it even further.
Helping someone who is in an abusive relationship can be very challenging, but there are steps you can take to provide support to them and help promote their safety.
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